Add-ons installation flow with Oauth2 (Java)

I found next in documentation: - Your add-on can request a short lived token (valid for 1 hour) using the standard OAuth2 Client Credentials flow.  To do that, construct a POST request to the token URL, using HTTP basic authentication (with the OAuth ID and secret as the basic username and password, respectively), containing the following form-encoded parameters: ... -

But I didn't find How and Where I can get  OAuth ID and secret parameters.

Could you please provide some links with documentation or REST end-point?

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When your addon is installed it will be provided with the oauth id and secret

Please refer to the callbackUrl field of the capabilities descriptor of your addon

The URL to receive a confirmation of an integration installation. The message will be an HTTP POST with the following fields in a JSON-encoded body: 'capabilitiesUrl', 'oauthId', 'oauthSecret', and optionally 'roomId'. The installation of the integration will only succeed if the POST response is a 200.



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